You have to use the downloads tab to see modules available for download. The modules tab only shows modules you have installed. If the modules tab is blank, you don't have any modules installed, yet.
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You should be able to skip updating. It should not be forcing you to update, I believe. Yes, an update is available will pop up, of course, but skip it and patch your stock boot.img with the current version (v17.3). Normally it does not force you, you just have to close that dialog. Newer versions of Magisk don't pop that up like that. Just click outside of that dialog and it will go away, if my memory serves me correctly.
Back on 17.3 because of the on/off safetynet issues with 18+ but it won't download the foss code to run the safetynet check. I say 'yes' to download the code then all that happens is a 'Safetynet API error'. I have a couple of other apps that run safetynet checks and they work OK, and safetynet is OK, just that MM won't/can't download the foss code.
Any clues as to where to start?
This wasn't the solution for me, but it pointed me in the right direction. The after that didn't work, I checked logcats to see if it was failing to open or write anything. It couldn't write to its folder under /data/data
Nuked it, uninstalled and reinstalled and it looks like its working again. Still not sure how it broke, but I'm back up and running, and doesn't appear to be related to Magisk then, and is likely just coincidence on the timing.
Anyone know how I can change the Environment variable PATH to add all my programs from Termux into it so that when I run a bootscript it can call programs in that directory?
#!/system/bin/sh PATH=$PATH:<directory you want to add> <rest of script>
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